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SBA says Moab road show stop was a success
The Small Business Administration says a recent stop in Moab was a success. Utah District Director Marla Trollan and a small group of staff as well as other participating organizations visited Pric...
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MRH aces CDC hospital survey
The Utah Department of Health has found no deficiencies at Moab Regional Hospital, according to a recent press release. The hospital was recently surveyed by the state on behalf of the Centers for ...
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Utah employment grew 3.5% in May
Utah’s nonfarm payroll employment for May 2018 grew by an estimated 3.5 percent, adding 51,900 jobs to the economy since May 2017. Utah’s current employment level registers 1,516,000, according to ...
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New guide service aims to fill gap in backcountry offerings
A new backcountry guide service that specializes in custom journeys for small groups and families has opened in Moab. Deep Desert Expeditions, founded by Moab resident Mike Coronella, aims to fill ...
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    staff writer
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  • WabiSabi has distributed $12,500 from the first half of the year to its 11 nonprofit partners: Beacon Afterschool Program, Youth Garden Project, Grand Area Mentoring, The Family Support Center at The Christmas Box House, Moab Free Health Clinic, Arches Education Center, Moab Valley Multicultural Center/Centro Multicultural, KZMU, Moab Solutions, Community Rebuilds and the Native American Club. “Thank you partners, and thank you to everyone who shops, donates, and supports WabiSabi, for making this possible,” said an announcement from the thrift store.                                Courtesy photo
    WabiSabi has distributed $12,500 from the first half of the year to its 11 nonprofit partners: Beacon Afterschool Program, Youth Garden Project, Grand Area Mentoring, The Family Support Center at The Christmas Box House, Moab Free Health Clinic, Arches Education Center, Moab Valley Multicultural Center/Centro Multicultural, KZMU, Moab Solutions, Community Rebuilds and the Native American Club. “Thank you partners, and thank you to everyone who shops, donates, and supports WabiSabi, for making this possible,” said an announcement from the thrift store. Courtesy photo
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